Oregon Quarterly Spring 2020

Oregon Quarterly Spring 2020
Thought leaders address George Floyd’s death and historic momentum of the Black Lives Matter movement
A UO expert in medical history, quarantined in Italy, observes the devastation of a virus
Biologist Karen Guillemin explores the microbial world to unlock secrets of human health
For someone who never speaks, the longtime UO mascot has quite a few tales to tell
The brave resilience of Harney County residents in opposition to the Malheur occupation could be a model of community building 
Geography professor shares how interactions with the outdoors are the best, and only, way to study the natural world
Jim Bartko sought to free himself from the sexual abuse he suffered and to help other survivors
An architecture alumna helps give hope to women suffering from obstetric fistula, a debilitating condition
The University of Oregon and other campuses are upping their game to meet student demand for competitive video gaming
The story of Sabrina Ionescu, the best NCAA basketball player ... ever?
What lessons could a golf caddy learn? You don't have to play the game to see what it reveals of human nature
Check out this recipe from the Hamilton Hall cook who took second-place in the Tyson Foods College and University Wings Contest
Thoughts from readers regarding our Winter 2020 issue, featuring forestry debates, Ducks football, and studies abroad.
President Schill's introductory letter to the Spring 2020 issue of Oregon Quarterly
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